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Since l821, The Danforth has stood four square at the head of Tyng Street overlooking Portland's busy wharves and inner harbor. Guests are invited to relax in the library, entertain family and friends in the wood paneled Billiard Room or ascend to the Cupola above the roof and watch the sun rise from the east and set all ablaze in the west that... more
Built in the 1790s, Lake House was the first tavern in Waterford, Maine. Surrounded by white clapboard houses, all of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Lake House is perfectly situated in the famous Lakes Region of Western Maine. You can enjoy the cry of the loons, the peacefulness of the surroundings and yet you are so... more
The Inn on Carleton, a restored 1869 Victorian home located in Portland's prestigious, historic Western Promenade neighborhood, is situated on a quiet, tree-lined street in a unique residential neighborhood of Victorian architecture. The Inn is close to the center of downtown Portland.... more
The Brunswick Bed & Breakfast is a Greek Revival house overlooking the town green. On the main level the twin front parlors offer you the inviting warmth of two fireplaces for wintertime comfort or the wrap around front porch for summer leisure. The eight guest rooms are decorated with antique furnishings, unique accessories and quilts. Easy... more
The distinctive Captain Daniel Stone Inn, a Federal style home built in 1819, sits in the historic coastal town of Brunswick, Maine. It offers luxurious accommodations, fine cuisine and easy access to shopping, historical sites and the natural beauty of the state.... more
Once the residence of the famous Arctic explorer renowned for his discovery of the North Pole, the Admiral Peary House is located on a quiet residential street in Fryeburg, the oldest village in the White Mountains of western Maine. Set on ten beautiful acres, the sprawling white victorian farm house, circa 1865, offers spacious lawns,... more